By David A. Carrillo and Stephen M. Duvernay | June 8, 2023
"We're not advocating a vote for or against any of the educational quality measures, but we are in favor of clear constitutional commands," write David A. Carrillo and Stephen M. Duvernay.
By Shari L. Klevens and Alanna Clair | June 8, 2023
Supervisory attorneys may need to rely on different measures to monitor junior staff and may find that they have less insight into day-to-day operations without the benefit of face time in the office, according to Dentons' Shari L. Klevens and Alanna Clair.
By Jon Welner | June 1, 2023
For the next six to 12 months, developers can apply to develop housing projects in hundreds of cities across the state that have failed to comply with the state housing law, and those cities are legally required to approve them, according to Mintz's Jon Welner.
By David Anderson, Alexa Poletto, David Silva and Felicia Ng | June 1, 2023
Companies' immediate reaction to enforcement developments regarding ephemeral messaging applications may be to prohibit their use by employees, but that might not always be feasible, according to Sidley Austin's David Anderson, Alexa Poletto, David Silva and Felicia Ng.
By William W. Bedsworth | May 25, 2023
"It's fine to cite the great philosophers—like Justice Gilbert and I do—but you have to be a lot more careful with your case citations. Older case citations are always greeted with suspicion," says Justice William Bedsworth.
By Roland Juarez and Katherine Sandberg | May 25, 2023
Creating an additional protected class exposes California employers to further potential for liability, says Roland Juarez and Katherine P. Sandberg of Hunton Andrews Kurth.
By David Marroso | May 10, 2023
Zealous advocacy could be stifled to the detriment of clients on both sides of the "v," as the shifting legal landscape creates massive risk for lawyers who, in service of their clients, may become defendants in significant litigation, according to O'Melveny & Myers' David Marroso.
By Christa Ramey | May 8, 2023
"School systems have been failing in their state- and federally mandated obligations to combat and prevent severe behavioral issues and bullying. Consequently, more liability, injury, and wrongful death suits are being filed against school districts," says Christa Ramey of ACTS Law.
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